Relics: Book One: The Dawn

Relics: Book One: The Dawn

Nick Thacker / Dec 12, 2019

Relics Book One The Dawn Myers is a Relic Cast out of society by a computer program that s far efficient at managing and regulating human life than any human ever could be The System is running everyone s life It s quickly be

  • Title: Relics: Book One: The Dawn
  • Author: Nick Thacker
  • ISBN: 9781517770983
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • Myers is a Relic Cast out of society by a computer program that s far efficient at managing and regulating human life than any human ever could be The System is running everyone s life It s quickly becoming smarter than humans, and it no longer has any need for leaders like Myers There s a technological singularity coming, and only Myers knows how to stop it TheMyers is a Relic Cast out of society by a computer program that s far efficient at managing and regulating human life than any human ever could be The System is running everyone s life It s quickly becoming smarter than humans, and it no longer has any need for leaders like Myers There s a technological singularity coming, and only Myers knows how to stop it The problem He doesn t remember anything from the past fifteen years And now he s being hunted

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      • Nick Thacker

        Nick Thacker is an author of fiction thrillers, action adventure, etc novels and nonfiction books His first novel, The Golden Crystal, was published in 2013 by Turtleshell Press, and his second, The Depths, was published in 2014.He lives in a cabin on a mountain in Colorado with his wife, two dogs, and a tortoise, and enjoys skiing, brewing beer, golfing, and of course writing Read about Nick and learn about the writing and self publishing world at his blog, livehacked.


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    1. Relics: OneWritten by: Nick ThackerNarrated by: David S. DearThis is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary. I really liked this book. It had all the makings of a big 4 star. A guy wakes up in a desert and doesn't know who he is. His mind is wiped clean of many memories but some are kept intact. He knows his wife, kids, but he doesn't know who he is. He soon learns there is a bounty on his head. When he finally pieces some things together, he was the President a several years pr [...]


    2. The Best Yet!! I have read several of Nick Thacker's books and they all have been excellent. Relics: The Dawn has to be the best. It grabs you from page one doesn't let you go even at the end. You are left wanting more. Action packed on every page. Nick clearly defines all the characters and the strange world they are living in. Makes you wonder if this could really happen. Computers taking over the world. Gives me the shivers. I cannot wait for book 2. Take a chance on Relics: The Dawn. You wil [...]


    3. Enjoyed this sci-fi thriller. Lots of action and mystery (as to what is going on). Only negative comment would the SUDDEN ending. Like wham! It just stops! Was there a page or two missing at the end of my e-book copy? Not even a note about the next book in this series. Nick, need to work those endings.Pick a point in the story where you can stop. Other than that I liked it and will look for more "Relics" stories.



    4. Review originally published at: lomeraniel/audiobookreMyers wakes up in the middle of nowhere finding out that he is a Relic in a world controlled by a very advanced AI. He has no memories from his past life, and when entering Istanbul he discovers that he is wanted. Myers will get some glimpses of his past while he tries to understand how the world now works.I was looking forward to this book, since the premises were very interesting and I usually enjoy books about dystopian societies; but I wa [...]


    5. ( Format : Audiobook )RUN!What's the alternative to a plan?" Myers wakes up not knowing where he is, or why he's there. He can't even remember who he is. But he is alone, nothing in sight except a ruined city. So he goes there. Which is where he discovers he is running for his life.After a really intriguing story start, the plot slowly unwinds as a vision of the society is disclosed. And it is a terrifying one of computer control.It is fast paced and action packed as well as being replete with t [...]


    6. Kindle Unlimited, Actually read these in the 3 book omnibus.A computer system controlling the world's resources. An ex-President who can't remember anything from the past fifteen years. Semi-insane survivalists that live and exist off-the-grid. This is Relics.Myers is a Relic. Cast out of society by a computer program that's far more efficient at managing and regulating human life than any human ever could be. The System is running everyone's life. It's quickly becoming smarter than humans, and [...]


    7. Well dang it! The end leaves you hanging. I couldn't put this book down until there was no more left. Very action packed, suspensful, and very well laid out. Thacker is one of my newest favorite authors.


    8. ExcellentAwesome reading, very fast paced, and gripping. Leaves you wanting more and more my congratulation to the author. Very well done.


    9. Amazing and wonderful just like the author. Kept me intrigued until the very end. Scary not in a horror type of way. Love anything by Nick Thacker


    10. I enjoyed the book; however, I was pretty confused for a while. Anyway, great plot and action. Looking forward to the series.


    11. Choppy,bad editing, and I just couldn't get into it. I pushed through since it was short and I've loved everything else he's written so far, but futuristic computer controlling the dying world just doesn't do it for me. Seems like as et up for a series, but had far too many holes toe asily follow and enjoy even if I'd been more into the overall plot. Took way too long to read since I kept giving up after about 20 min.


    12. I found this story kind of a yawnera little bit of excitement at times, but hard to get into. The characters weren't all that interesting. I guess I'm just not big at futuristic take overs by a computer system. I don't see myself pursuing this series.


    13. "Relics: The Dawn" the first book in the "Singularity" series begins in Istanbul where Myers Asher, a world leader scrapped by "The System" an intelligent, self-replicating computer program has emerged after fifteen years; his memory wiped he's on the run from killers who hunger for the bounty on his head. Sore, exhausted and sunburned with the answer to stopping a technological singularity that could destroy humanity buried in his memory Myers struggles to survive with the help of a bounty hunt [...]


    14. A breakthrough work written by a true comer. 'Relics: The Dawn' is the first volume in the 'Singularity' series by Nick Thacker. Nick is the author of four previous books, including 'The Depths' and 'The Golden Crystal' that were very well written but not blockbusters. 'Relics' is the book that should make him a household name and his books best-sellers. It is an extremely well written and action-filled romp that leaves the reader tingling with anticipation for the next book in the series. The a [...]


    15. Relics: The Dawn is the first book in the Relics Singularity series and it starts things off with a bang. Nick gives us a Dystopian future that is ruled by the System, an advanced AI system that runs the world efficiently and more effectively than humans ever could. Anyone who doesn't fit in with the System is turned into a Relic and cast out. Myers is a Relic. Worse yet, Myers is being hunted, by by whom and for what reasons?The Dawn is a great start to the Singularity series. As someone who en [...]


    16. Well I got suckered on this one. The author was touted as better than James Rollins in an offer for a free download of three of his ebooks. I'm a Rollins fan and thought what could it hurt if it was free? Let's start with the fact that while the author isn't bad he's no Rollins. The story takes place in a futuristic 1984-type world. In this world Big Brother is not a person but a computer program that has enmeshed itself in every device possibly connected to the internet and WIFI. The program in [...]


    17. There is a lot of tech speak in this novel. I understood most of it, but there were moments that didn't make any sense. But since it is Science Fiction, I assumed it was made up. Most of those things were specific details. The general idea of those conversations was clear. I don't particularly like series of books because I have a hard time caring for the long periods of time in between novels. And I was prepared to not like this one as I couldn't see how there could be a satisfying ending. I wa [...]


    18. Nick created a world that is unique, at least within my knowledge. I was totally immersed in this world, identifying with Meyers. Remembering back to when I went thru Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape training, I kept trying to send him "what to do" thoughts. There is a lot of information to be shared when creating a world, and Nick did a good job of feeding us the information as part of the story so it didn't become boring. With such a complex world and characters, I do wish the book had b [...]


    19. This book does an outstanding job of stage-setting. The bleak universe of a future world run by the system is the environment for bionically-enhanced humans to toil on their assignments from the system. The Relics are those deactivated by the system and set loose to be hunted for a bounty. The book follows a relic, with cuts to others, until all the characters are brought together at the end. Essentially this book provides the background and characters for a future set of actions. It was an inte [...]


    20. An unnerving dystopian technology / AI story.The story started fairly slowly for me and I have to admit it took a little while before I really got into the book and worked out what was going on. Once I got through the initial feeling of being a bit lost it became a book I wanted to carry on reading. I enjoyed it so much that I just couldn't stop myself picking up the next book in the series to find the outcome of the cliffhanger at the end of this book.


    21. I'm not normally a Sci-Fic reader but this isn't a typical Sci-Fic book. I'm a character reader, I get into the characters, their story, who/what they are. The author does an amazing job of painting the primary character quickly & thoroughly. All the significant characters in her writing are developed similiarly. This book is in all senses of the word, a futuristic thriller. No spoilers from me though I can see more about these characters in the future.


    22. A fast-paced smart thrillerThis book starts off a little slow with some loose ends I was unsure of, but once the puzzle pieces fell into place I couldn't stop. I finished the book in two sittings because I had to know how it ended And now I can't wait for the next installment.The characters were really well drawn up and even in the short amount of time I spent with them, I feel like I know them well. Mr. Thacker I am eagerly awaiting the next part of this series.


    23. Dystopian DramaI like the world this story was set in and the writing was good. I liked the authors style of only letting you know enough about the world as you need to know for that part in the book. Some parts were a little confusing and I had to re-read them but I tend to skim most pages so that's probably my fault. I will be purchasing the next book in the series.


    24. This book has a little something for everyone. It has the dystopian future world with people just trying to survive, and then it turns around into a computer geeks' world. Some of the things described were a little hard for the layman to understand, but through context any reader will get it eventually. Relics is definitely a different view of the genre and should be investigated more closely.


    25. Interesting futureThis is a good read. I thought it was a little slow getting started, but as the characters developed I found it more interesting. I'm very interested to see what happens next. I gave this four stars because once it drew me into the story, it was hard to stop reading.


    26. Not very often that you come across a book that drags you in to a totally tech world and keeps you hooked if you aren't a techy. A very interesting read one that keeps you wanting more.I look forward to the next in the series. The plot thickens


    27. Interesting story. Artificial intelligence, singularity, hunters, unders, relics, the system etc. But was not clear to me as to why Rand feels that he caused the deactivation of the entire city and the ending was super abrupt. Other than that a good read.


    28. This is another winner by Thacker. I haven't read anything yet by him that I didn't like. Can't wait for Relics Book Two. Great characters and a twisty plot.I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.


    29. When an AI seizes control what happens to humans? Nice beginning to a new series focused on the obsolete human beings in question.


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